Books and Special issues

Dumitrica, D. and Sally Wyatt. 2015. ‘Digital technologies and social transformations: what role for critical theory?’. Canadian Journal of Communication 40(4), pp.589-596. (Special issue), Editorial.

Mayr, P. and Andrea Scharnhorst. 2015. Scientometrics and information retrieval: weak-links revitalized. Scientometrics 102(3), pp.2193-2199. 10.1007/s11192-014-1484-3 (Special issue), Editorial.

Semantic Web Journal

Guéret, Christoph., S. Boyera, M. Powell and M. Murillo. 2014.  Guest editors of special issue on “The Semantic Web for All”. Online.

Virtual Knowledge. Experimenting in the Humanities and Social Sciences.

Wouters, Paul,  Anne Beaulieu, Andrea Scharnhorst and Sally Wyatt, eds.  2013.
The MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusets.

Book chapters

*Ebeling, W. and Andrea Scharnhorst. 2015. Modellierungskonzepte der Synergetik und der Theorie der Selbstorganisation. In Handbuch Modellbildung und Simulation in den Sozialwissenschaften, eds. N. Braun and N. J. Saam, pp. 419-452. Wiesbaden: Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden. 10.1007/978-3-658-01164-2

Working in virtual knowledge: Affective Labor in Scholarly Collaboration

Antonijević, Smiljana, Stefan Dormans & Sally Wyatt. 2013.  In P Wouters et al. (eds) Virtual Knowledge, Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press. Pp.57-88.

Journal articles

*Herrmann, J.B., Karina van Dalen-Oskam and C. Schöch. 2015. ‘Revisiting Style, a Key Concept in Literary Studies’. Journal of Literary Theory 9, pp.25-52.

*Hicks, Jacqueline, Vincent A. Traag and Ridho Reinanda. 2015. ‘Turning Digitised Newspapers into Networks of Political Elites‘. Asian Journal of Social Science 43(5), pp.567-587.

*Karsdorp, Folgert, Marten van der Meulen, Theo Meder and Antal van den Bosch. 2015. ‘MOMFER: a Search Engine of Thompson’s Motif Index of Folk Literature’. Folklore 126, pp.37-52.

*Meroño Peñuela, Albert, Ashkan Ashkpour, Andrea Scharnhorst, Christophe Guéret and Sally Wyatt. 2015. ‘CEDAR, Linked Open Census Data’. DH Commons, 1. http://dhcommons.org/journal/issue-1/cedar-linked-open-census-data .

*Herrmann, J.B., Karina van Dalen-Oskam and C. Schöch. 2015. ‘Revisiting Style, a Key Concept in Literary Studies’. Journal of Literary Theory 9, pp.25-52.

*Hicks, Jacqueline, Vincent A. Traag and Ridho Reinanda. 2015. ‘Turning Digitised Newspapers into Networks of Political Elites‘. Asian Journal of Social Science 43(5), pp.567-587.

*Karsdorp, Folgert, Marten van der Meulen, Theo Meder and Antal van den Bosch. 2015. ‘MOMFER: a Search Engine of Thompson’s Motif Index of Folk Literature’. Folklore 126, pp.37-52.

*Meroño Peñuela, Albert, Ashkan Ashkpour, Andrea Scharnhorst, Christophe Guéret and Sally Wyatt. 2015. ‘CEDAR, Linked Open Census Data’. DH Commons, 1. http://dhcommons.org/journal/issue-1/cedar-linked-open-census-data .

Invited lectures

Wyatt, sally – 2015

Methods in STS’. Université de Lausanne. April 23, 2015.

Non-users still matter’. Farewell symposium for Nelly Oudshoorn. May 28, 2015. Twente, The Netherlands.

Big data, no data. Challenges in the digital age’. FASoS Graduate School conference. June 5, 2015.  Maastricht, The Netherlands.

A computational turn in the humanities?’ Digital Humanities Conference, Siberian Federal University. September 21-25, 2015.

Invited workshop: ‘Talking about data: What is at stake with open access?’. Digital Humanities Conference. Siberian Federal University, September 21-25, 2015.

Invited workshop: ‘Writing and presenting internationally’. Digital Humanities Conference. Siberian Federal University, September 21-25, 2015.

Digital Humanities in the Netherlands’. Netherlands eScience Center eHumanities Day. December 14, 2015.  Lorentz Centre, Leiden, The Netherlands.

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Wyatt, Sally – 2014

Self-reported data in medical and social research. CCCT seminar. January 20, 2014. University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Controversies online: Selling genetic tests direct to consumers. January 27, 2014. University of Edinburgh, UK.

Reflections: Decades of Interdisciplinary Research about Digital Technologies and Society. Trans-Atlantic Platform for Social Sciences and Humanities. Launch Event. March 5-6, 2014. Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Invited discussant. ‘Assessing the socio-economic impacts and value of geospatial information’. George Washington University, October 28-29, 2015.  Washington, DC., USA.

Invited panel presentation. ‘Dark data, disciplinary histories and future directions’, Workshop on: ‘Knowledge/ Value and Dark Data’. December 15-16, 2015. Exeter, UK.

Invited discussant. ‘What is data-intensive science?ERC workshop. December 17-19, 2015. Exeter, UK.

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Wyatt, Sally – 2013

Invited lecture. ‘The Internet as innovative diagnostic technology ESRC Seminar Series about The Role of Diagnosis in Health and Wellbeing. University of Exeter, 28 January 2013.

Invited lecture.  ‘Turning to computers in the humanities’, Memornet Summer School about ‘eHumanities, ePublishing and eUsers, Tampere, Finland, 3-4 June 2013.

Invited keynote lecture. ‘Open Access: Open for whom, access to what?’ ASIS&T (American Society for Information Science and Technology) European Workshop, Turku/Åbo, Finland, 5-6 June 2013.

Invited lecture. ‘A computational turn in the humanities?’ Soeterbeeck eHumanities workshop, 13-14 June 2013.

Invited lecture. ‘The Internet as innovative diagnostic technology’, Eindhoven Centre for Innovation Studies (ECIS), Eindhoven University of Technology, 3 October 2013.

Invited keynote lecture. ‘Digging as working: Invisible labour and big data collaborations’, Digging into Data Challenge, 2013 Conference. Montreal, 12 October 2013.

Presentation during Opening Plenary Session. ‘Participatory dynamics for change: A social science perspective’, World Social Science Forum, Social Transformations and the Digital Age. Montreal, 13-15 October 2013.

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Wyatt, Sally – 2012

Invited Departmental presentation. Selling psychiatric genetic tests online. In Department of Communication and Culture, University of Calgary, Canada. January.

Invited lecture. Selling genetic tests online. In Infoscape Lab, Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada. March.

Invited lecture. eHumanities – What’s at stake for whom? Nijmegen. June.

Invited lecture. Virtual knowledge – emerging possibilities for the humanities and the social sciences. InSTS and Social Media Conference, York University, UK. July.

Presentations

2012

Guéret,  Christophe. 2012. Embedding young learners into the information society , OCLC Den Haag, December 6.  http://www.slideshare.net/cgueret/visit-to-oclc-december-6-2012

Professional publications

2011

Reinventing research?Information practices in the humanities.

Bulger, M., Meyer, E.T., de la Flor, G., Terras, M., Wyatt, S., Jirotka, M., Eccles, K. & Madsen, C. (2011) London: Research Information Network, 84pp. Available at:  http://rinarchive.jisc-collections.ac.uk/our-work/using-and-accessing-information-resources/information-use-case-studies-humanities

Other output

2013

CEDAR miniproject advances, iteration 2.

2013.Meroño-Peñuela, Albert, Ashkan Ashkpour. 2013. Technical report. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Y7oPwM155Xz2YBNRb1m2-gAXIQfY47_5Ai0GwhwcVtk/pub (eletronic resource)

2012

Video about Enhanced publication.

2012. http://www.surf.nl/nl/projecten/Pages/enhancingscholarlypublishing.aspx Further information on this eHumanities Group Enhanced Publications Project is available on the Digital Scholarship website.